The Windows 8 consumer preview was released today, and I'm impressed so far. I like the way the Metro interface and traditional desktop work together and compliment one another. But what about security software specifically designed for the new OS? One of the first to come out is mSecure's Metro style app for protecting personal information (account numbers, usernames/passwords, etc.) with strong encryption. It's free during the Windows 8 consumer preview period and you'll be able to download it from the Windows Store.